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July 2, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

Travel Experience

Guests receive a warm welcome, a delectable Asian or Western 3-course meal, a free lemongrass welcoming drink and a complimentary digestif to end the evening. Overall, They will make you feel great for supporting the project. You get the choice of dining outdoors on the patio or indoors. The spacious dining room has a built-in window offering you a glimpse of the action going on in the kitchen. As you will see during your visit, the culinary equipment and machinery are of the same standard used in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants around.

Responsibility

They provide quality education to motivated, Thai Karen young adults aged 16-23 years old. Prepare students for employment through hospitality training, general education, and relevant “soft skills” training to meet the current and future needs of the hotel industry. Involving field professionals to ensure the relevancy and quality of the curriculum. Providing support in securing internship & job opportunities for students. Establish and maintain systems and solutions that would allow the school to be financially self-sufficient.

Business Case

They help underprivileged Thai Karen young adults to break the cycle of poverty, gain marketable skills and earn financial independence. The money will go into covering the educational and accommodation expenses of the students.

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Guests receive a warm welcome, a delectable Asian or Western 3-course meal, a free lemongrass welcoming drink and a complimentary digestif to end the evening. Overall, They will make you feel great for supporting the project. You get the choice of dining outdoors on the patio or indoors. The spacious dining room has a built-in window offering you a glimpse of the action going on in the kitchen. As you will see during your visit, the culinary equipment and machinery are of the same standard used in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants around.

They provide quality education to motivated, Thai Karen young adults aged 16-23 years old. Prepare students for employment through hospitality training, general education, and relevant “soft skills” training to meet the current and future needs of the hotel industry. Involving field professionals to ensure the relevancy and quality of the curriculum. Providing support in securing internship & job opportunities for students. Establish and maintain systems and solutions that would allow the school to be financially self-sufficient.

They help underprivileged Thai Karen young adults to break the cycle of poverty, gain marketable skills and earn financial independence. The money will go into covering the educational and accommodation expenses of the students.

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